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Blue Moon
     

Blue Moon

3.7 18
by Mackenzie McKade
 

Things aren’t always what they seem…and that can be a really good thing.

Two years ago Samantha Dawson had everything she wanted—a close family, a promising career, and a man she loved. Until the night before her oldest sister’s wedding, a night of celebration and too much alcohol that tore her world apart. Devastated,

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Things aren’t always what they seem…and that can be a really good thing.

Two years ago Samantha Dawson had everything she wanted—a close family, a promising career, and a man she loved. Until the night before her oldest sister’s wedding, a night of celebration and too much alcohol that tore her world apart. Devastated, she fled Oregon for Phoenix.

Now she’s home for her little sister’s wedding, and just her luck, the best man is her ex-boyfriend. Worse, no one involved in that fateful night seems to want to let the past die an ugly death.

Kyle Ackland has no memory of the events that destroyed his life, but he’ll never forget the woman who set his body on fire. Sam’s emotional barriers are as solid as the Cascade Mountains, but he’s determined to chip them away one sensual kiss at a time.

Yet even if he succeeds, what’s left of their love could crumble under the weight of past sins…and present secrets.

Warning: Contains betrayal, lies, and reacquainted love that sizzles the words right off the page.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781609286927
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
09/27/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
98
Sales rank:
558,248
File size:
818 KB

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Blue Moon 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
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This is a nice book i myself enjoyed it !
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This short book didn't lack sizzle, but very little actually happens, and the conflict between the couple could have been resolved in short order had they been willing to communicate with one another. Family members are inexplicably unsupportive of the heroine, which adds to that feeling that no one actually talks meaningfully to one another in this book. It's a nice length for a treat read, but I'm not going back for more.
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RomanceBookCraze More than 1 year ago
Wow this book was amazing! It was a sweet, emotional, and not to mention HOT read. Ms McKade really has outdone herself with this one. Sam Dawson is a women scorned. After a night of emotional trauma she has fled her hometown and left behind her family, her friends, and the man she loved. She has now returned for her younger sister's wedding and is forced to face it all again. Kyle is, well, for lack of a better word, crushed. He doesn't remember the night that ruined his entire life and can't figure out exactly what happened. All he knows is that he loved Sam with everything he had and now she wants nothing to do with him. I truly felt terrible for both these characters. The obviously love each other deeply and want to be together. The sexual tension when they are around each other is palpable and the chemistry is obvious. You can tell they really truly belong together. If only they could get past that one fateful night. Throughout this whole book you can feel their need for one another and you can't help but root for them. The plot is catchy and emotional and the intimate moments are hot and they feel very personal. I laughed, I cried, I fanned myself, and I smiled and that is what made this book a fantastic read. A definite must read.
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